"Talk Dirty to Me" as written by Bobby Dall, Bruce Anthony Johannesson, Bret Michaels and Rikki Rocket....
You know I never, I've never seen you look so good
You never act the way you should
But I like it
And I know you like it too
The way that I want you
I've gotta have you
Oh yes I do
I never, I never ever stay out late
You know that I can hardly wait
Just to see you
And I know you cannot wait
Wait to see me too
I've got to touch you
'Cause baby we'll be

At the drive in
In the old man's Ford
Behind the bushes
'Til I'm screamin' for more
Down the basement
Lock the cellar door
And baby
Talk dirty to me

You know I call you, I call you on the telephone
I'm only hopin' that you're home
So I can hear you
When you say those words to me
And whisper so softly
I've gotta hear you
'Cause baby we'll be

At the drive in
In the old man's Ford
Behind the bushes
'Til I'm screamin' for more
Down the basement
Lock the cellar door
And baby
Talk dirty to me

C.C. pick a bad guitar, and-a-talk to me, yeah
Whoo whoo whoo whoo

'Cause baby we'll be
At the drive in
In the old man's Ford
Behind them, bushes
'Til I'm screamin' for more, more, more
Down the basement
And lock the cellar door
And baby, talk dirty to me, yeah
And baby, talk dirty to me, yeah
And baby
Talk dirty to me

Uh
Whoo
That's the way I like it, baby
Ooh, yeah


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"Talk Dirty to Me" as written by Bret Michaels Bobby Dall

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    General CommentI was a child of the 80's (big hair, dark makeup, mullets, men spending more time on their hair than women...) and I miss it sometimes. Poison is my all time favorite hair band EVER! People think it is hilarious to go to a concert with me because I get so excited and dance around. This song is about sex (duh!) but goes a little bit more of a story. I think it's about that fun time of being a teenager, and sneaking around to be w/your boyfriend and girlfriend. You don't have your own car yet (in the old man's ford) and you don't have a good place to go have sex (behind the bushes, down the basement -lock the cellar door). I know me and my high school sweet heart were always "in the basement" with the cellar door locked! Gosh I miss those days sometimes! It's funny, because my mom had to listen to me playing my tape cassettes (hmmm...what's a tape cassette) over and over (which she hated at the time) she knows all the songs and I had ot make her a copy of my greatest hits CD!
    Brunicason November 07, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHair metal still rocks..great summertime music. Radio blasting, windows down...love that feeling!
    browneyedbeautyon May 24, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyeahhhh me too. hair metal shall never die!
    _waste0fpainton April 13, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyeahhhh me too. hair metal shall never die!
    _waste0fpainton April 13, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAt The Drive-In got their name from this song, and the song also sounds Ramones influenced (guitar wise), so it's a-ok with me!
    akira_256on July 27, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGREAT SONG!!!!!! 80's will never die!!! 'Cause baby we'll be......'
    Warrior of Peaceon February 16, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthow is this song about religion???
    it more on the line of having or wanting sex or something like that.
    im gonna hurt one of my friends that gonna get this song put in my head soon cause they love Poison and this song and can't stop singing it.
    Breakingbenjaminfanon January 11, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe religion of having sex w00t!
    Hah
    ShyBoysWinXOon January 12, 2008   Link
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    General CommentYeah, I'm not seeing how this song is about religion. It's clearly about sex. The chorus is listing all of the places where they're going to do it (old man's ford?!). Regardless, it's still an awesome song, evenr though I'm no fan of the genre.
    canyounot?on November 02, 2008   Link
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    General Commentit's about Bret Michaels wanting to talk dirty to God, but he can't. A shakespearian tragedy really. Think hamlet meets an Ingmar Bergmen movie. Check the rhyme ya'll.
    LikeSisterRaySaidon February 02, 2009   Link

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